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SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS RADIO Day By Day (Crntrnl local time — listing's fit either Daylight or Standard.) NEW YORK, July 7 — Proceeding with plans to expand its color schedule, CBS is making ready to move outdoors for its first remote pickups. All its color programs thus far have come from studios. The event will be horse racing. The first colorcast will be a week from today, to be followed at weekly intervals by three others. The origination point is Monmouth Park, Oceanport, N. J. This weekend's quota of shows for summer include these radio items: TONIGHT: NBC — 8:30 Bob ind Ray, new hour comedy series of light satire and nonsense sketches with Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding as replacement for Dennis Day and Judy Canova Shows, 6inger Peggy Lee first guest. CBS — 7:00 Rate Your Mate. Joey Adams quiz show moved from Sundays to fill for Gene Autry. 7:30 Adventures of Philip Marlowe revived to replace Hopa- long Cassidy. 8:30 Mr. Aladdin, new drama about minor miracles, first one "The Miracle of the Multi-Colored Eye." SUNDAY: CBS — 8:00 Broadway's My Beat, a who-dun-it, moved from Saturdays to the Corliss Archer time. 8:30 Contented Concert and 9:00 Music For You, both at new times. MONDAY: ABC — 3:30 p. m. Perfect. Husband, new Monday through Friday series in which wives act as guests on behalf of their husband, replacing welcome to Hollywood. Other program shifts are coming up on television at the following Central Davlight times: Tonight: — NBC 6:00 for the Victor Borge Show, Tom Corbett, Space Cadet, weekly version of the story of the future senn three evenings a week on ABC-TV: CBS-TV 6:00 Kid Gloves, Philadelphia originated series conducted by Frank Goodman in which small fry aged from three to 12 years demonstrate their boxing prowess, subbing for Sam Levenson. SUNDAY — ABC-TV 6:30 Music in Velvet as supplied by Rex Maupin's orchestra at Chicago instead of showtime USA. MONDAY — CBS-TV 12:30 p-. m. While Garry .Moore takes a month's vacation from his five- a-week program, guest MC's will take over, starting with Meredith Wilson. NBC-TV— 6:30—Meet The Press. Sec. Finletter. 9:00—American Forum. SUNDAY OTHER NBC— 1:00—Music With the Girls. 3:30—Martin Kane Detects. 4:30—Navy Variety Program. 5:30—Archie Andrews. 6:30—Sarah Churchill in "The Willow Cabin." 7:30—NBC Symphony Concert. 8:30—Mr. Moto's Mystery. 9:00—Phil Baker Quiz. CBS— 10:35 a. m.—Invitation to Learning "Women in Literature." 12:00—(noon) Invitation to Music. 2:00 p. m.—St. Louis Municipal Opera Concert. 4:30—Phil Regan Show. 5:30—Starlight Melodies. 6:30— Peggy Lee Show. 4:30—Horace Heidt Talent. 9:30—Mishel Piastro's Sympho- net. ABC— 10:00 11:30 2:00 Sketch- Stars. ON SATURDAY NIGHT LIST NBC— 6:30—Living 1951, new time. 7:00—Music Merry Go Round. 7:30 — Magnificent Montague with Monty Wooliey. 8:00—Hit Parade (Also TV). 9:30—Grand Ole Opry. CBS— 6:30—Vaughn Monroe Show. 8:00—Gang Busters. 9:00—Songs For Sale. (Also TV.) ABC— 6:30—Space Patrol. 7:00—Dance Party Two Hours. 9:00—Dance Variety. MBS— 7:00—Twenty Questions. 7:30—Take A Number. 8:00—Hawaii Calls. 8:30—Guy Lombardo Music. 9:00—Chicago Theater Concert. TELEVISION (Central Daylight — Standard one hour earlier). NBC— 6:30—One Man's Family. 7:00—Western Films. 8:00—Midwest Hayride. 9:00—Doodles Weaver. 9:30—Hit Parade. CBS— 6:30—Beat The Clock. 8:00—Summer Film "Corridor of Mirrors." 8:00—Faye Emmerson. 8:30—Show Goes On. 9:00—Songs For Sale. ABC— 6:30—Stu Erwin Film. 7:00—Whiteman Teenagers. 8:00—Girls Baseball from Chicago. Dl'MONT— 8:30—Chicago Wrestling. SUNDAY FORUMS MBS— 10:30 a a. m.—Fine Arts Quartet, a. m.—Piano Playhouse, p. m.—Sammy Kaye Serenade. 4:30—San Francisco book. 5:30— Q. E. D. Quiz. 7:00—Stop The Music. 8:30—Maupin's Music. 9:45—Paul Whiteman's MBS— 12:.15—Organ Moods. 2:30—Air Force Program, new time. 4:00—The Shadow "Crime on Wheels." 5:00—Challenge of Yukon. 6:00—Wild Bill "Ghost Town Gold." 7:00—Whispering Strings. 8:00—Opera Concert. 9:00—This Is Europe's Music. BASEBALL — MBS Game of Day Network 2:00 p. m. Recording of St. Louis at Pittsburgh; 8:00 p. m. Recording of Chicago White- Sox at St.. Louis. TELEVISION (Central Daylight — Standard one hour earlier.) NBC— 6:00— Leave It. To The Girls. 7:00—American Inventory "The Dollar." 7:30—TV Recital Hall. 8:00—TV Playhouse "Case History." CBS— 7:00—Toast of Town. 8:00—Guest House Quiz Talent. 9:00—Conrad Nagel Quiz. 9:30—What's My Name. ABC— 4:00—Super Circus. 5:00—Ted Mack Hour. 6:00—Paul White Revenue son Finale. Dl'MONT— 7:30—The Pentagon. 8:00—Rocky King "Death the Harbor." 8:30—Plainclothesman "House of Hate." WITH MEMORIES — Mrs. William Sidney Porter, 89, widow of America's famed short story writer, O. Henry, at her home in Weaverville, N. C, where she lives In retirement. with Nab Slot Machines At Labor Temple In Rock Island By Associated Press ROCK ISLAND, 111., July 7 — Sheriff's deputies and city police, acting on a telephone tip. last, night seized seven slot machines at the AFL Temple Club in Rock Island. Sheriff Moris E. Muhleman said all seven machines were "going at a merry clip" when the raiders walked in. The club is a social organization sponsored by the Tri-City Federation of Labor, an AFL affiliate. It is open only to union members arid their guests. Club manager Leonard A. Mason. 60, of Davenport, la., was charged with possessing gambling devices and released on his own recognizahce. No club patrons were seized. State's Attorney Bernard J. Mo ran said he got an anonymous telephone tip last night that slit machines were in operation at the place. He rounded up sheriff's deputies and city police, who staged the raid about 10 p. m. It was the second time in a month that authorities had raided the cluh in search of slot machines. A June 7 raid turned up none of the slots for which an in- No Restrictions On Farm Buildings Farmers in the vicinity of Mt. Vernon have been improving and modernizing their homes, Darns and other buildings in the last few months, according to F. F. Stables, local lumber and building materials dealer and member of the Public Affairs Committee of the National Retail Lumber Dealers Association. * "In view of the importance of large crops to the defense program', the Federal government has placed no restrictions on farm building, except the credit regulations which apply to homes only, and the high level of farm incomes has permitted a large amount of construction," Mr Stables said. "Owing to the controls on housing and commercial construction, the supply of lumber and most other building materials is sufficient to meet all farm needs. "The defense agencies in Washington have refrained from limiting farm construction because of the proven fact that farm animals are healthier when housed in up- to-date, sanitary buildings and that losses are reduced when grain, hay and other crops are stored in sound, weatherproof structures. "Judging by the demand for materials, the last five years have seen the greatest period of farm building improvement ever experienced locally, together with the greatest increase in home comforts and conveniences on our farms." ONE MAN'S SOCIAL SECURITY ttO« AT NINETY-FOUR, JOSEPH LA BARGE STILL HOLDS THREE JOBS JOSEPH LaBABGE: He thought they were payments on war debt fernal revenue department report listed the club as buying tax stamps. Muhleman said all of the slot machines seized were of the one armed bandit type. POLICE COURT Omer Dale was fined $14.40 on a disturbance charge before W. O. Page in police court. CBS— 11:00 m. — Reviewing Stand 'Teenage Problems." a. m.—People's Platform "After MacArthur Hearing What?" NBC— 11:00 a. m.—America fJnited Discussion. 12:30 p. m.—Chicago Roundtable "Why We Annoy Our Allies." 9:30 -- (Also TV) America Forum "What Have The MacArthur Hearings Proved ?" TELEVISION 1 (Central Daylight NBC-TV— 4:00 — Mrs. Roosevelt Forum "Cancer." CBS-TV— 5:00— Frfcts We Face. 5:30—People's Platform. Sea- in MONDAY EXPECTATIONS BASEBALL — MBS Game of Day Network 1:55 p. m. Recorded repeat of past All-Star Game. NBC— 10:00 a. m.—Break The Bank. 1:00 p. m.—Double or Nothing. 3:45—Woman in My House. 6:30—Leon Pearson subbing for Morgan Beatty on newscast. 8:30—Band of America. CBS— 9:00 a. m.—Robert Q. Lewis for Godfrey. 1:15 p. m.—Perry Mason. 3:00—Strike It Rich. 6:00—Robert Q. Waxworks. 9:30—Dance Music. ABC— 8:00 a. m.—Breakfast Club. 11:00 a. m.—Johnny Olsen. 2:00 p. m.—Family Circle. 6:30—Lone Ranger. 9:00—Ralph Flanagan Music. MBS— 10:30 a. m.—Queen for a Day. 12:00 p. m.—Lunch with Lopez. 3:30—Chuckle Wagon. 6:00—Fulton Lewis Jr. 9:15—I Love A Mystery. DAIRY-DIP 'DRIVE IN Across From The Granada Theatre THICKEST MALTS IN TOWN! SOMETHING NEW Foot-Long HOT DOGS .. 25c By NEA Service C LEVELAND, O.— (NEA) — Joseph LaBarge is a three- job man. He goes to work at 5 a. m. and quits at 11 p. m., except when he has an odd job or two lined up. It's a pretty busy schedule for a man who's 94. But Joe likes it that way. "A man has to work to live," he says. "Lazy men don't live long." Joe could never be accused of laziness. He's work d hard all his life, since he ran away from home in St. Joseph, Mich., at 16. He was a Great Lakes sailor for a time, bought a boat and sold it. With the profits he took a trip around the world. When he got back, he settled down to a lifetime of different jobs. He was a stvedore, worked in factories, drove cars, ran a garage. Now he has two jobs as 24 HOUR ROAD SERVICE Tire — Battery — Towing NEW WRECKER KAUFMAN'S CITIES ©SERVICE Perkins & Shawnee — Phone 2739 KNOX IIIKO\S AUCTIONEER The Service That Pays Instead of Cost PHONE—Mt. Vernon 1782 Waltonville 15R12 Accounts Current Dividend On Your Savings Insured to $10,000.00 KING CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N GUY A. WOOD, Pres. 1005 Broadway Phone 2044 JOE P. BOYLE & GEORGE M. COX REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE Harvey Williamson - Don Thomas, Salesmen 1009 Main St. — Phone 3150 *4 -section of land, (air improvements, mostly high rich bottom soil, % of land limed, 1 /8 mineral rights, Blissville township. Priced so two years crops will pay tor same. B Room strictly modern suburban home; 1 acre of land, Summers- villc school. See this one If you want something nice—priced below today's building costs. New 4 room bungalow, modern except heat, 18 acres of land, t miles out. 4% acres, 5 room house, close in, all weather road—$1000 down. New 4 room bungalow, modern except heat, attached garage, near 26th street, west Broadway. 10 Acres, 4 room house, cabinets, good fence, chicken house, southwest, near Route 148. Priced under $3000. New 4 room modern bungalow, suburban, city water—$5000. Terms. 5 Rooms, modern, Logan street, near 24th street. A nice home—GI financed. 4 Rooms, bath, nicely decorated, shady yard, excellent north location —Bargain, $3700. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Wheeler purchase this beautiful ultra-modern 7 room home located at $01 Oakland Avenue from Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Pennington for a home. Mr. Wheeler is the text book representative of Ginn and Company for the Southern Illinois territory. All parties in this transaction were represented by: A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR RELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS" 315 S. 10th St. Room B 'Phones: 251 -755 "Buy the home of your choice from our fine selection of real estate— We think you will like our friendly efficient service best." FOR SALE ATTRACTIVE NORTH SIDE HOME Priced Right—Reasonable—Terms "A HOME OF CHARM AND COMFORT" It has a large lot with plenty of shrubbery and shade. There is a roomy entrance hall, extra large living room, music room of ample sixe with fireplace, convenient half bath, an exceptionally nice dining room with large picture window. All of the above rooms and entrance hall are carpeted with almost new carpet. Large kitchen with ample cabinet space and convenient pantry. There are three large and well appointed bed rooms on the second floor and a modern bath with built in tub and tiled walls. The third floor or attic is all finished with plastered and painted walls, good floors, fine cabinets, drawers and closets fo storage. Reasonably priced, attractive terms and quick possession. SEE OR CALL V. E. RICHARDSON or ED B. MOSS Phone 1203 Phone 1442 a custodian, one for a drug store and one for an office building, and he's a blacksmith for a machine repair company. "Joe can do anything," says his drug store boss, M. R. Wahl. "Painting, carpentering, blacksmithing, furniture restoring — anything." In all his 94 years, he never had time to get married. "No woman ever made a hook bi^ enough and sharp enough to catch me," is the way he explains it. Joe's been paying his Social Security all these years, but never thought he'd get anything back. "I thought these were payments on the war debt," he says. He was quite surprised when he heard that employed workers over 75 were entitled to Social Security benefits. Now he gets a $44.50 check each month. In six years, Joe expects to slow HOME FOR SALE, TRADE OR LONG LEASE-BY OWNER 227 S. 18th Formerly Dr. Williamson Home — 7 rooms, 3 bedrooms, large closets in each room, carpeted throughout upstairs and down. Hot water heater, stoker, hot water heat, 1% baths. Kitchen completely remodeled throughout. Venetian Blinds and awnings (new) throughout, curtains. Best buy in Mt. Vernon ... In stones throw of Field and Jr. High School. See Troy Hawkins 205 N. 14th—Ph. 735 l Bedroom, practically new ranch-type, all modern home; hardwood floors, beautiful cabinets, breezeway, garage attached. Set us about this nice spacious suburban home. New all modern 4 room bungalow—only $000. Pay $1000 down and move in. West. All modern 4 room brick, new hardwood floors, nice kitchen cabinets, oil heat—west. 6 Room modern home, newly decorated, inside and out; has basement stoker, close in on paved street. 7 Rooms, modern except heat, newly decorated, on South 12 street; corner lot, small down payment, pay balance like rent. Nice 4 room house and large shop—on Waltonville Road. Income property on South 24th, 'modern, 4 apartments, furnished. Very good income. 8 Room home; $400 down. Just move in and pay as you live. We have some nice homes in Oak Grove and Meadowbrook addition. Call as for details. We have several farms, small acreage and up; some unimproved. Call us for information. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR QUICK RESULTS HINDMAN & HENSON R -f 309 S. 10th Phone 3622 HINDMAN Phone 4035 HENSON Phone 3149-J BOB HARVEY, Broker HAROLD E. CHAMBLISS, Salesman Beautiful 5 rooms, modern, hardwood floors, built-in bath, modern kitchen, oil heat, plaster walls, insulated, storm windows, concrete drive, garage, fine lot, nioely landscaped, west. A rare buy at $.850. Looking for a good investment? Fine 7 room modern duplex, brick store building, plus 4 room cottage with bath, large corner lot, close in west—only $9000. Attractive 9 room duplex, 2 baths, 2. car garage, corner lot, 901 south 12th street—priced to sell. New 6 room, ultra modern ranch style, large living room, hardwood floors, 3 bedrooms, built-in bath, beautiful kitchen, large utility room, garage—a bargain at $12,750. New 5 room efficiency, all modern, close in northwest. $750 down, balance less than rent buys 6 room, newly decorated, bath, metal cabinets, near square. Prewar 5 rooms, all modern, 2 car garage, 916 south 21st street. Attractive 4 rooms, all modern, garage, 1105 South 25th street. New 5 room efficiency, all modern, west edge of city. Well located 6 rooms, all modern, insulated, garage, 300 south 18th street—only $11,000. A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR RELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS" 315 South 10th Street, Room B — Telephone 251 -755 SEE US FOR THE FINEST SELECTION OF REAL ESTATE State WildliK Exhibit at Fair Here Next Week SPRINGFIELD, 111, July 7 — The Illinois Department of Conservation educational wildlife exhibits, which will be shown throughout the state, have been assigned 1951 schedules. One of these exhibits will be a free feature attraction at the Mt. Vernon State Fair, Mt. Vernon. Illinois, July 9 to 16, 1951. Leonard Schwartz, Director of the State Department of Conservation, has announced that the exhibits have been revamped and are designed to show the latest wildlife displays at. county fairs, festivals and expositions. In a tent 40 by 50 feet in size, located on a 60 by 70 foot area, will be exhibited live fur-bearing animals, all native to Illinois. These animals include: raccoon, fox, skunk, badger, porcupine, groundhog and a prairie wolf. Live game birds, including ringneck pheasants, bob-white quail, Canada geese, horned owl, and many species of migratory ducks commonly known to the Illinois sportsman also will be shown. In addition to live animals, there will be attractive tiaju^it* color photos and exhibit of wood product 's, and various woodn cut from Illinois timber. Thin part pi the display will bo presented by the Department of Conservation'! Division of Forestry. ^ '\ The visit of the Department ©t Conservation' exhibit to trw.-v .Mtir Vernon State Fair. July 9 to IB* is part of Director Schwartz* prO» gram to interest the public In conservation, and to educate thft public regarding conservation problems. ! <;. c x 1 down a bit. He'll be 100 then, a nice, roud age to think about retiring. "But only think about it," says Joe, the working man. NU-REMEDY Knocks the Aches .25' AT ALL DRUG STORES FOR RENT 3 room modern apartment on; 14th Street. Furnished or tin* furnished. Hardwood floors, prl* vate bath, garage, stoker hont. 1011 MAIN Office Phone 400; Ren. 48 » For A Happier Tomorrow... INSURE WITH SUNWAY TODAY All Types of Insurance Coverage Phone 1558 Autherteed Dealer fat STEWART WARMER and CAPEHART RADIOS and TELEVISION Guaranteed «arat and SarvlM 1503 -raedway—Phone t3M SM Ue For Musical Instrument* ana) Aeeaiiarlt* We Have Added • Lint al Spoftlnf, Equipment BEN E. SMITH Office 1744 V. H. QUIGLEY W. .N. CURLESS SALESMEN 818 Sooth 10th Strep. 3 Rooms, modern except heat, newly decorated, south—$3500. Easy terms. 8 Room duplex, modern except heat, west location—$6500. $500 5 down, balance like rent. 12 Room apartment house, furnished; income $90 month. Can ba bought on easy terms. 6 Rooms, two lots, priced to sell. In Waltonville. 6 Room duplex, modern except heat—$300 down. West location. 5 Rooms, northeast location; modern except heat, double garage, tool house, close to new Franklin school. 5 Rooms, water, lights, 605 Bell street. Can be bought on terms. 4 Rooms, modern except heat, west location; $600 down—total price $5000. 4 Room house, modern except heat, west location, good terms. Price $4750—a good buy. 4 Room new house, insulated rockwool, two lots, glassed-in backporch, water in house—$4250. Located in Bonnie. Farms—5, 7, 8, 10, 30, 40, 80, 180, 200 acres. LISTINGS WANTED—FARM and CITV PROPERTY NEW LOCATION TENTH & HARRISON — Some Phones 62-789 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS • ; 3 - V The "Ed Curtis" 6 room modern ranch type brick home, exclusive north side location, consisting of three bedrooms, large living room with fireplace, oil heat, full deep basement with finished playroom, extra large lot, garage. Owners' family has outgrown this beautiful home and hu priced it to sell immediately. $1000 down, balance like rent buys 8 5-room apartments, hardwood floors, separate built-in baths, two furnaces, fine location west part, corner lot. A real investment. $500 down, balance like rent buys 5 room efficiency modern home, built-in cabinets, built-in bath, located in Bethel school district, oil heat. A real buy on easy terms. Beautiful 6 room modern ranch type home; three bedrooms, built-in cabinets, built-in bath, double garage, oil furnace, electric hot water heater, garbage disposal in kitchen, extra large living room with fireplace, plenty of closets, Insulated, television aerial. A wonderful home located north. Extra large lot. This is one that you should see. Beautiful home with two apartments upstairs, newly decorated inside and out. Income $100 per month besides downstairs living quarters. Reasonable down payment, balance easy monthly payments. A home and an investment that will pay for itself. Fine 5 room modern bungalow, two acres of ground, east hard road, every modern convenience, abundance of shade, and fruit, nice outbuildings. The home that you have, dreamed of. Only $8250. Already financed at 4 percent. $300 down, balance $25 per month buys 5 room home, modern except heat, full lot, close to Car Company, Wagner Electric and Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Why rent? Restaurant and dwelling combined, located in neighboring town of Mt. Vernon; includes soda fountain and fixtures. Easy terms. Wonderful 5 room modern bungalow, hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, built-in bath, living quarters in basement, full basement, stoker heat, full lot, garage, fine location South 22nd street. Outstanding 6 room modern ranch type brick home, large living room with fireplace, three bedroomij' hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, built-in bath, full deep basement, all draperies included with house. Located in a fine new addition surrounded by all new homes. 83 acres, 3 room house, eleectricity available; three wells, barn, chicken > house, grainery, some timber, good fencing, two oil wells now on property, all weather road, located near Game Farm, known as the "J. E. Adams" farm. Heirs will sacrifice for immediate sale. Corny* • Rool Ettotw Spoeiolitf vbo knows ond who hot hod ovor rwonty yoort of nieeoMf-l e*porrt«€o. wo will motto yo.j o CASH OFFER for your homo of Htm.

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